Author Archives: Emma

About Emma

Faculty Librarian for Humanities & Social Sciences. Subject Librarian for Economics and Politics, Languages and International Studies.

The Economist Historical Archive

We are pleased to announce that you now have access to The Economist Historical Archive. You can access this digitised archive by searching the library catalogue, or you can access it directly by clicking here. For over 170 years, the Economist has reported … Continue reading

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Additional silent study space in the Library

Over the summer the Self Access Language Centre (SALC) rebranded to the Language Learning Zone and moved from the front of Level 5 to the back of Level 3 of the Library. In its place and by popular demand, the … Continue reading

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New Faculty Librarian for Humanities and Social Sciences

From Monday 4 September Emma Stuart Edwards has taken up the position of Faculty Librarian for Humanities & Social Sciences, with Subject Librarian responsibilities for the Department of Economics and Department of Politics, Languages and International Studies. Emma has been … Continue reading

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Winner of the Library Survey prize draw announced!

The Library’s 2017 LibQual survey ran for 4 weeks this February, and we’d like to say thank you, to all 1,509 people who completed the survey questionnaires.  The results give us really useful feedback on our services. We’re currently looking in … Continue reading

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Library helps to shape students of the future

During vacations, the University Library hosts visits for groups of local school students working towards their Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). Over the inter-semester break we met with around 70 students from three local schools. One of these was a link school … Continue reading

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How archives can reveal the sporting cheats of the past

Recent discoveries by WADA and the IAAF have meant that the issue of doping in sport is making headlines again, but the use of performance-enhancing drugs is not the only way to cheat. Take the modern pentathlon, for example, in … Continue reading

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Young spectators at the 2015 Modern Pentathlon European Championships inspired by archives

Some of the younger spectators at the 2015 Modern Pentathlon European Championships, hosted by the University last week, had fun making colourful team ties inspired by archives. The Modern Pentathlon Collection housed in the Library’s Archives & Research Collections comprises … Continue reading

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